Workshop on Higher-order Interaction Networks: Dynamics, Structure, Data

9 September 2019
11 September 2019
See below for speaker information

Further Information: 

The goal of the research workshop "Higher-order interaction networks: dynamics, structure, data" is to bring together researchers from these different communities with distinct perspectives on network dynamics —- from network science, dynamical systems, and data science/machine learning -- to develop novel approaches to understand networked systems. By cutting across different mathematical communities, this will allow to develop new tools, for example by exploring links between data driven methods (such as machine learning) and dynamics. A particular focus of this workshop will be on the role of non-dyadic dynamical interactions (joint interactions between more than two nodes) whose importance for the modeling, analysis, and control of such networked systems have recently been highlighted.

Expressions of interest are now open with an initial deadline of June 1, 2019, with notification of acceptance no later than June 15, 2019.

Participation in the workshop will cost a nominal fee of £50 which will be used to cover catering during the workshop. Participants will also have the chance to attend the workshop dinner on Wednesday 10th September at the nearby Somerville College, the cost of which will be £30.  

Thanks to generous funding from EU and the London Mathematical Society, there is limited travel support for UK-based early career researchers available. Please indicate whether you wish to apply for support during registration.

For further information including registration please click here.

Confirmed Speakers:

Lou Pecora (Naval Research Labs)
Tanya Berger-Wolf (Illinois)
Santiago Segarra (Rice)
Tiago Pereira (USP Sao Carlos)
Marta Sales-Pardo (Barcelona)
Jacopo Grilli (Santa Fe Institute/ICTP Trieste)
Marya Bazzi (ATI)
Rebecca Hoyle (Southampton)
Ana Paula Dias (Porto)
Laetitia Gauvin (ISI Torino)
Heather Harrington (Oxford)
Rodolphe Sepulchre (Cambridge)
Jess Enright (Stirling)
Peter Ashwin (Exeter)
Pawel Dlotko (Swansea)